The globalisation of the economy has led to supply chains becoming global in scope.
Leading large corporations are taking the impacts of climate change very seriously in their value chain, thereby causing a cascade effect in their suppliers and competitors. As a result, this trend is spreading to an increasing number of companies and sectors.
In addition to the above, in many countries the need to implement sectoral adaptation measures has started to be regulated.
We are able to identify the climatic variables which, in varying time scales (months or years), affect every sector of activity, and to identify the critical points of impact on supply chains.